Crossfire Hurricane is an intimate look through the half-century-long career of “the greatest rock and roll band in the world.” It’s well worth watching for any fan of The Stones.
This 2007 concert from Orchestral Manoeuvers in the Dark will take you right back to the good ol’ days of John Hughes films, black eyeliner, and Flock of Seagulls hairdos.
Alanis Morissette brings her brand of rock to Montreaux for this July 2012 performance that fans will love. The hi-res 96/24 audio also makes it a treat for audiophiles.
Miles Davis’ last performance at the Montreux Jazz Festival in 1991 is not one to be missed in this spectacular high definition recording from Eagle Rock.
Let The Music Play is a 40-year travelogue of one of rock’s most iconic bands, The Doobie Brothers. Lovingly constructed with a montage of old photos, live films, and interviews with current past band members, this disc gives you a riveting three-dimensional portrait of some really talented musicians, on and off stage.
The bold harmonies and slick production of Nashville’s latest country pop darlings, Lady Antebellum, arrive on Blu-ray from Eagle Rock Entertainment. Fans might rush to this release, but it won’t attract any new converts.
Patti Smith has been a top rocker for nearly four decades and this Live at Montreux 2005 video shows that she has not lost a beat. Great playlist with one of the best bands currently playing. This is not only Smith’s first live concert video but it will reach out, grab viewers and refuse to let them go.
Pop legend Paul McCartney goes for the Great American Songbook with mixed results. The B&W studio sessions are fun to watch, but Sir Paul sounds pretty past his sell by date. Excellent sound and sight recording enhance the terrific musical contributions from the best of the best sidemen.
A lot of bands that were big in the ’70s had major comebacks in the ’80s. For Queen, that started with Live Aid in 1985 and carried on through 1986 with a massive stadium world tour culminating in this fantastic live show behind the Iron Curtain in Budapest.
The Doors are captured at their performance best in this live Hollywood Bowl 1968 film. Obvious drug use and idiosyncrasies aside, this is an exciting experience and has benefited from serious sound remastering.